Commercial broadcaster Antena in Romania has snapped up the format, which will also debut this year in France on Amazon Prime in March and return on CBS in the US.
Last year Love Island also launched in Belgium, Netherlands, Poland and Hungary. It has run for three series in Germany, two in Australia and Norway, and has also been commissioned in Sweden, Denmark and New Zealand.
Maarten Meijs, President, Global Entertainment at ITV Studios, said: “We’ve consistently said that the essence of Love Island is about the road to finding love, and this is something audiences the world over can relate to, as its increasing international reach and popularity proves. Love Island has been a game-changer.
Love Island is based on a format owned by ITV Studios and Motion Content Group and is distributed internationally by ITV Studios.